Be Healthy Ministries, Inc. Community & Disaster Preparedness Ministry!
***Its Winter in many parts of the world, but some also experiencing Summer. Natural Disasters can occur in any season, and having an Emergency Plan is key to keeping yourself, your family and your community safe. We have some resources below, but also reach out to your local and national community leaders involved in Emergency Preparedness and also the the Red Cross in your area.
***We all have a role to play in Public Health & A Safety!
***Even though November was National Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month! , we still have many threats remaining all year around to Environmental Health & Safety! Visit: https://www.dhs.gov/cisr-month
Fire Safety Prevention !! Visit :
All Faith-Based Organizations need Security & Disaster Preparedness Training!!
***Guide One Insurance has great advice so visit them at:
October was Cyber Security Awareness Month!The threats remain real 24/7, so Saty Safe Online, please visit : https://staysafeonline.org/ncsam/
***Active Shooter Resources/Training!!
***US Department of Homeland Security :
***FEMA : https://www.ready.gov/active-shooter
National Disaster Interfaith Network : Visit :
http://www.n-din.org/ or call (212) 669-6100
Christian Emergency Network
***According to FEMA, planning starts with three steps:
2. Share : www.ready.gov/make-a-plan
***At least one member of each family should know CPR & First Aid!
Contact your local Red Cross or Heart Association!
Fire Safety Tips!!
***Do not leave grease on your stoves,or throw cigarette buts unto dry wooded
areas or trash.
***Do not grill near dried woodland and grass, and always monitor your cooking
at home on either gas or electric stoves and grills outside.
***Get educated locally, and nationally on how you can play a role in Fire Safety!
***Please do monthly checks of your fire alarms and carbon-dioxide monitors,
change batteries as needed! Dont use generators indoors during and after disasters, as it will increase your risk for carbon monoxide poisoning!
Visit the CDC at https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/cofacts.html
***Invest in getting a Fire Extinguisher and learn how to use same!
***Kids are never young to learn about fire safety, connect them to Sparky,
visit : www.sparky.org and www.nfpa.org/education
***In Jamaica please visit The Jamaica Fire Brigade at: